Python Forensic Book launched at TechnoSecurity 2014. Stop by booth 616 for a chance to win a free book.
Bought the book on Amazon.
Could not locate the source code link on this website, sorry.
How do I access the source code to try out your examples in each chapter?
I created a VM with all the tools and associated libraries to make it easier to get up and running. You can obtain a copy of the DVD @ http://python-forensics.org/dvd/ There is a nominal fee to cover production and shipping costs of the DVD.
I bought the kindle version of your book and I’m liking it a lot so far. It’s exactly what I’ve been looking for as I start to build my own tools for forensic investigations and try to move away from dongle-dependent products. I’ve been working in the forensics area for 7 years or so and learning python for the last 18 months. This book fits right in.
The one problem I see with the kindle version, and it appears to be a common problem with coding books on kindle, is that the code examples are rendered without any formatting/indentation. This makes access to the source code, or at least some idea of how it should be formatted, very important. I’ve requested a copy of the DVD which I’m sure will solve the problem.
In any event, well done on producing a very readable and useful addition to my digital bookshelf! I look forward to seeing what you come up with next.
Yes, the companion makes using the examples a bit easier as this fixes any issues with Kindle source code formatting and the example files and needed libraries are already installed.
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